Registration & Lodging


Registration Fees
(U.S. Dollars)
Full Meeting One Day
Early Std Early Std
Professional Member $180 $225 $130 $150
Professional Member >70 $100 $130 $80 $100
Professional Non-member $200 $250 $150 $185
Student Member $55 $75 $45 $65
Student Non-member $65 $85 $55 $75
K–12 Professional $65 $85 $50 $60
Guest or Spouse $50 $60 $30 $35
Field Trip/Workshop Only $40 $45

Early registration deadline: 11 February 2013
Cancellation deadline: 19 February 2013

YOU MUST REGISTER FOR THE MEETING FIRST in order to be eligible for its special accommodation rates and packages.

On-site registration will be available during the meeting at the Omni Mt. Washington Hotel beginning in the afternoon on Sunday 17 March.
Field trip and Short Course Only registrants are strongly encouraged to register early. Note: Field Trip or Short Course Only registration does not permit attendance to Technical Sessions or Exhibits. All presenters must register for the meeting. Guest or spouse registration does not permit attendance at technical sessions, field trips, or Short Courses.

To make changes to your registration, please phone +1-303-357-1000, Opt. 3, or 888-443-4472.


Tim Pease and Doug Rankin are the winners of a free 2013 registration to this meeting.




Due to unprecedented interest in this meeting, all accommodations at the Omni-Mount Washington Resort are SOLD OUT. However, alternate accommodations can be secured in one of two ways.

First, a selection rooms is immediately available about 20–30 minutes south of the Resort at the Attitash Grand Summit Hotel in Bartlett, NH. For further information and reservations, call +1-888-554-1900 and identify yourself as attending the Northeastern Section Meeting of the Geological Society of America. Doing so will entitle you to a special group rate with an option for a full hot breakfast.

Or if you prefer a wider selection to choose from, but further away from the Resort, you can go to

On-Resort Dining Options


The resort is an easy two-hour drive from the best airport, in Manchester, New Hampshire, USA, and points south via I-93, through Franconia Notch, to US3, and US302. It is also about two hours from I-95 in both Portsmouth, New Hampshire, USA (via NH 16 to US 302), and in Lewiston-Auburn, Maine, USA (via ME 11 and US 302), through North Conway, the Mount Washington Valley, and Crawford Notch. All these routes pass through some of the most spectacular geologic and mountain scenery in northern New England. Other routes are possible; direction inquiries should use “310 Mt. Washington Hotel Road, Bretton Woods, NH 03575, USA” as the destination address.


In mid- to late March, Bretton Woods is emerging from winter and moving rapidly into spring. Daily temperatures are generally in the 40s and 50s, with nighttime temperatures in the 20s and 30s. In sheltered spots, daytime temperatures routinely reach the upper 50s and lower 60s. Skies are generally clear to partly cloudy with occasional periods of light snow or flurries, and winds are light to breezy during the day. While significant snow events are possible in mid-March, their frequency is much less than just a few weeks earlier in the season. Warm outer clothing with hat, ear protection, and gloves are a must, as is warm, water-resistant footwear, especially if you plan to engage in any of the many opportunities for outdoor recreation at the resort.

SAVE $$ — Share a room / share a ride

Use the GSA Meetings Bulletin Board to connect with your colleagues for roommates, rides, arranging get-togethers — whatever! The service is free, but you must register to use it (this helps us keep out the spam).



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